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I read the reviews saying that these thing hurt, and they sure do. In fact, they were like spikes in my feet for the first three days. Then, once i broke them in they feel amazing. It's one of those things, if they hurt, you probably need them. The reason I was okay purchasing was that I've seen this "foot massage spike thingy" technology before so I knew there was a method to the madness. They feel great on my feet now.
I love these shoes! I'm training for football and had a pair of nikes and the comfort level was night and day. Really recommend these for quick lateral movements, balance based workouts, and lifts. Extremely comfortable and well worth the money. Still wish I got the navy blue and red ones when I had the chance :,(
I have wider feet and they're amazing. I absolutely love them. I was so afraid to buy them, especially online because I have naturally wide feet but hey came and fit and I didn't even have to adjust the Velcro strap either. Also perfect after a long period of being on your feet. Love them and definitely would recommend to anyone and everyone.
Amazingly comfortable. I want to wear these everywhere. One downside is it runs large. I usually wear size 11 shoes and the size 11 of these was about a half size to full size too big. But still amazing.
It's amazingly comfortable. It's like foam but what's better is thereally is also foam /padding on the upper part of the sandal . The part with the adidas logo. A must buy Sizing : my tts is 8.5 so I went with an 8 and fits perfect
The best multidirectional offering from Adidas, the 360.3 is a shoe that offers the lowest drop from Adidas. The shoe is minimalist in nature, allowing one to change direction quickly without the awkward transition of using a larger shoe. Pay no mind to those who say otherwise, as you want a shoe that acts as an extension of your lower body, not a crutch. Look no further if you want to train laterally.
I was disappointed to see that the Crazy Train Boost was discontinued, but decided to try this model out in an effort to find a suitable replacement. I am sold. This is one of the best shoes for all around training that Adidas offers. The Bounce sole affords a little support, and unlike the Boost, allows for better transmission of force into the ground. A great shoe, and I will be purchasing this model again, fully satisfied with its superiority over the Crazy Train. I typically use this model for linear speed days.
Not unlike the 360.3 in fit or feel, the Primo is an excellent option to wear around town as well as train. I use this shoe on multidirectional days, as it allows for better transfer of force laterally, due to the minimal drop. However, it does a great job not looking too sporty, so it goes great with casual clothing. I recommend this shoe to anyone looking for a low profile option that allows for solid lateral movement. It's not a soft shoe, but it's not supposed to be. I also get compliments on the snakeskin pattern, so that doesn't hurt.
This is good shoe. The upper takes some getting used to but it feels good once you break it in. Very durable, great grip on many surfaces, and the sole stays clean and looking good. Only draw back is that the lockdown is worse than most shoes, making lateral cuts you feel your foot slide inside the shoe. None the less, I got used to it and I'm sure it only minamally effects my performance. Comfortable durable shoe at a fair price.
Normally I rave about adidas. They are my go-to brand for shoes. Every show I own is adidas because they are simply comfortable. I also have a pair of older slides that are wearing out so I looked around and saw these. I figured I give them a shot. I purchased two pairs. One in blue and one in black. It is the worst experience. These nubs hurt!! I was excited to get them so I wore them to the supermarket. I was in total pain for 40 minutes. My legs began to feel numb. I couldn't wait to get to the car. I read reviews that said wear socks. So I did, and of course they feel ok. Who's bright idea was it to have nubs? They are not comfortable at all. I'm really disappointed with this purchase and bummed out because I love adidas. I feel let down by the brand. Buyer beware with these.
I was reluctant at first to order these based on the reviews posted, but I'm very glad I bought them. My feet are pretty sensitive and the "spikes" don't hurt at all, they feel amazing -- ESPECIALLY with no socks! I've been wearing these around all day and don't plan on taking them off until I go to bed :) I usually wear a 9.5, ordered a 9, and they're a tiny bit long, so you'll probably want to order a half size to a size down depending on how wide your feet are. The strap is adjustable, though.
This shoe is interesting. It looks great in pictures but in reality, the material on the toe box - that reverse-studded neoprene - looks cheap in person. This shoe's sole is very comfortable BUT it is a bit narrow for a size 9 (what I normally wear). It also has terrible breathability. Upon closer inspection, some of the the dimples on the polyester are actual perforations but the majority are not. This shoe becomes an oven very quickly. The material on the back of the shoe (the white) is very nice. Overall, shoe is disappointing since it looks and feels worse than what I'd expect from adidas.
My son plays football and wears a size 16 cleat, so I purchased the size 17 slide and he loves them! He has even a little growing room! Imagine that, thank you Adidas for accommodating even the hardest to find sizes and this slide was even affordable.
Narrow fit but comfortable stride. I usually wear a 9.5 US in Adidas Originals but my Ultra boost were a bit too big in 9.5 so I chose 9 in these but they were pretty tight and my toe was too close for comfort to the tip of shoe. I have returned them for a 9.5 and fit is much better. They synthetic materials look cool juxtaposed together. I am going to do some HIT workouts and see how they stand up.
The sole of the shoe is made up of many rubber spikes separated by perhaps 2 - 5 mm and are somewhat stiff. Maybe I have tender feet, but after wearing these for only a few minutes they left my feet feeling raw. I have worn them off and on for a few weeks and I guess my feet are toughening up a bit and they are not quite so bad as they were at first. But, I would not purchase them again nor recommend them.
So I haven't bought a new pair of trainers in years (my last pair of Adidas really treated me well), and wasn't sure what to expect with these. I was not disappointed. These are super light, and I love the "meshy" one-piece upper that really fits like a glove. I've really only used these for light training and long-distance walks, but I feel like they'd hold up to the most extreme athlete. Very happy with my purchase.
Just received my pair today! Super comfortable and light weight. Lots of ventilation. Gave an average mark for quality because I just started wearing them. I am a loyal adidas wearer so I'm sure they're great quality
These shoes are very lightweight and extremely comfortable. I have worn them a half dozen times to cross train and so far so good. Time will tell if the quality is good and they hold up over time although I have never has a problem with Adidas shoes before.
Probably the most uncomfortable shoe Ive ever purchased. Yes there is excellent support, but my feet hurt after wearing them the first day. Its almost as if the forgot to add the insole and the cushion. I have added Dr Scholls inserts and they are usable. I know they are for training but they should have some sort cushion added for impact training.
I hate these sliders because of the unbearable discomfort of the plastic "spikes" I have no idea how anyone would like anything but a smooth surface under his feet. I couldn't wear these sliders more than an hour! My feet sere sore for the rest of the day!